Request offers Find accommodation in South Tyrol
Request offers & find accommodation

Skiing in South Tyrol

Powdery snow and wonderful and well-prepared ski runs are the most important requirements for a rewarding skiing holiday. The varied skiing regions in South Tyrol attract not only because of the ideal snow conditions, but also because of their individuality.

Thanks to the favourable position in the Southern Alps, there more sunny hours than elsewhere and the perfect mix of Alpine tradition and Mediterranean way of life is shown not only by the high culinary standard in the ski huts, South Tyrol offers that special something making you winter holidays unforgettable.

That makes skiing fun

In South Tyrol, all kind of winter guests will find their favourite skiing area – be it singles, groups of friends or connoisseurs. Families with children will love the smaller and family-friendly skiing areas with specialised ski schools and ski kindergartens. Lovers of the elegant telemark style will look forward to the vast offer of wide, perfectly prepared ski runs. The excellent snow parks fun slopes are the perfect playground for freestylers. And if you still prefer more action? South Tyrol’s skiing areas also offer paragliding, ice sailing and snow kiting.

As well, there are big and always well attended skiing areas such as 3 Zinnen Dolomites, Gröden, Alta Badia or Kronplatz, offering a dreamlike Dolomites panorama and challenging descents satisfying all wishes. There will be no chance to get bored as the next challenge is already waiting. The association of skiing areas such as Ortler Skiarena or the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski enable skiers to try the slopes of the partner skiing areas with the corresponding ski pass.

Perfect well-being ambiance

If you spend your holidays in South Tyrol, you can look forward to powder snow, an impressive mountain backdrop, hearty hospitality as well as to a rich offer nearby the ski runs. Rapid toboggan descents and entertaining ice-skating sessions are much fun for any age, whereas the panoramic cross-country ski runs and high-alpine tours challenge winter sports lovers until spring. Be it with hiking boots or snowshoes: Romantic winter hikes on prepared paths or the untouched slopes are a highlight for nature lovers.

In order to regenerate and warming themselves up, winter sports lovers can enjoy relaxing moments in one of the countless wellness oases. Moreover, traditional huts, cool bars and comfortable restaurants offer après-ski, culinary delights and much more.

 

Holiday offers

The holiday region Gitschberg Jochtal
The holiday region Gitschberg Jochtal

The family-friendly Gitschberg Jochtal ski region with views of the Eisack Valley, situated at the entrance to the Puster Valley

© Tourismusverein Gitschberg Jochental
Ski area Ladurns in Pflersch
Ski area Ladurns in Pflersch

Modern lift facilities bring skiers to lofty heights in the ski area of Ladurns.

© Tourismusverein Gossensass - Manuel Kottersteger
Skiing in Gröden
Skiing in Gröden

Dreamlike sunny slopes and magnificent views of the mountain world of the Dolomites are offered on the ski runs in Gröden.

© DOLOMITES Val Gardena / Gröden - Sebastian Stiphout
Skiing in Gröden - Seceda
Skiing in Gröden - Seceda

On the slopes of Seceda near St. Ulrich and St. Christina in Gröden, ski fans enjoy optimal conditions and wonderful views.

© DOLOMITES Val Gardena / Gröden - Werner Dejori
Gran Giro delle Cime
Gran Giro delle Cime

Skiing in the Dolomites - UNESCO world natural heritage

© Drei Zinnen Dolomites
Freefallride 3 Zinnen Dolomites
Freefallride 3 Zinnen Dolomites

Freefallride 3 Zinnen Dolomites

© Drei Zinnen Dolomites
For further information please request our free online catalogue!


kataloge

Selected tips